"Looking for as much information as possible on a John Hatton, B - Feb 4, 1587 - Claverly, Shropshire, England, Married Dorothy ???, Arrived in Virginia in 1613. Would like to confirm his decedents and also any information about parents in…"
"If, like me, you use a GPS-enabled smartphone, don't forget to update your GPS data before your tagging session - I believe my early days of photographing gravestones may have used inaccurate GPS coords for his reason. I need to revisit them…"
According to Ancestry magazine one of the latest tools in genealogy is Geotagging - "GPS enables gamily historians to record a very precise location of any physical location, like a grave, old homestead, etc...add the info to your existing research."
Great article. During my genealogical research, I have found myself reading about this period & family particularly their association with Robert Baldock, chancellor to Edward II, and also of his namesake, Robert Baldock serjeant-at-law to…"
"The information I have is that Richard (b?1720) stole a cow and was sent to America as punishment in 1740/41. I think it would be interesting to have more info on that. I wonder if it was a common practice to deport people for stealing livestock,…"
"Has anyone come across HAGESTADT or know the best way to research ancestors from Oldenburg?
I have traced some of my dad's cousin's ancestry back to John Arendt HAGESTADT and his brother Henry, born in Oldenburg, who came over to England…"
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Is anyone willing to offer to transcribe a couple of C16th wills for me?
I visited the Centre for Kentish Studies at Maidstone last week to copy a couple of BALDOCK wills. Can decipher the first 2 or 3 lines then it gets difficult!
The information I have is that Richard (b?1720) stole a cow and was sent to America as punishment in 1740/41. I think it would be interesting to have more info on that. I wonder if it was a common practice to deport people for stealing livestock, and why he would have done it in the first place. I wonder if he was trying to feed a family and who he had to leave behind. He would have been my 5gg.